Note: Tape 2 - side B is blank; right channel is recorded at a lower level on side A.
Description: The West Coast Computer Faire was an annual computer industry conference. The Third West Coast Computer Faire was held on November 3-5, 1978, at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
This is the recording of the session titled "Numerical computation using micros," and the following papers were presented:
"The proposed IEEECS floating point standard: What it means to hobbyists, engineers and businesses," presented by Tom Pittman.
"Specifications for a proposed standard for floating point arithmetic," presented by Jerome T. Coonen.
"How to avoid rounding errors," presented by David M. Collison.
Additional Description: Saturday, 3:00, November 4, 1978
Collection Title: The Third West Coast Computer Faire
Speaker: Collison, David M.; Coonen, Jerome T.; Pittman, Tom
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